No Borders, No Boundaries Secondary

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Ages

11+

Duration

Medium (5-11 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

The films in this strand celebrate characters and people that break down the barriers in their worlds, in particular stereotypes and cultural traditions. The films encompass themes of identity, discrimination, equality, gender and race with narratives that focus on promoting understanding and tolerance.

This resource is made up of a Powerpoint presentation with activities and teacher's notes designed to enhance your experience of visiting the festival and can be used before or after viewing a film that is part of the No Borders, No Boundaries strand. You can cherry-pick the activities in this resource and use the ‘extend' or ‘simplify' suggestions for learners of different ages and stages.

There is an accompanying Film Literacy Activities pack available to download which contains worksheets referred to in the Powerpoint presentation.

This resource includes

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Film Literacy Activities

This pack contains worksheets for film literacy activities for your club.

Size: 1.66 MB

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No Borders, No Boundaries Strand Resource Secondary

A powerpoint presentation with activities and teacher's notes.

Size: 4.53 MB

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